Yesterday, CBI had secured Peter's custody for one more day (till today) telling the court that it needs to ascertain if he had made any 'deceptive reply' during the polygraph test conducted on him on Saturday and Sunday.
    
"The custody (of Peter) is required to ascertain his version on the point of deceptive reply, if any, during the polygraph test and also to ascertain other relevant facts", CBI had said. The probe agency had also told the court that it is expecting information from Interpol on the details of an account opened by Indrani Mukerjea, prime accused in murder case, in a bank in Hong Kong.
    
Peter, 59, husband of Indrani, was arrested on November 19 for his alleged role in the murder case and was in CBI custody. He was on Friday taken to Delhi by CBI for conducting a polygraph test on him and brought back to Mumbai yesterday.

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